Paleonet: IGC Abstract submission deadline (Feb 26) fast approaching [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

John.Laurie at ga.gov.au John.Laurie at ga.gov.au
Fri Feb 24 03:33:19 GMT 2012


Dear Colleagues,

This is an invitation to attend The Martin Glaessner Symposium: The Ediacaran and the Cambrian Explosion, which is part of Theme 23, 'Evolution of the Biosphere' of the International Geological Congress (IGC) The Congress is to be held in Brisbane, Australia, 5-10 August, 2012.

Communicating convenor: John Laurie (john.laurie at ga.gov.au<mailto:john.laurie at ga.gov.au>), Geoscience Australia

Co-convenors: Glenn Brock, Macquarie University; Guy Narbonne, Queens University

Name: Martin Fritz Glaessner (1906-1989) was professor of palaeontology and geology at the University of Adelaide and did much early work on the Ediacara biota. Indeed, it was he who proposed that this biota was not Cambrian in age, but 'Precambrian'.

Content:  This symposium aims to cover the differences and similarities between the Ediacara biota and that characterised by the explosive diversification during the Cambrian.

Keynote speakers: Yet to be announced

Registration: http://www.34igc.org/congress-registration.php
Early Bird Registration deadline: April 30
Standard Registration deadline: July 15
Late Registration: after July 15

Deadline for submission of abstracts: EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 26!
Abstracts are limited to 250 words and should not include references, tables or figures

Abstract Submission: http://www.34igc.org/submit-abstracts.php

Details about the IGC can be found at: http://www.34igc.org/index.php

The listing of themes and their included symposia can be found at: http://www.34igc.org/scientific-themes-symposia.php



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